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Apr 26, 2014 11:05pm EDT
join the united states and russia. how do you evaluate those comments? do you believe the relationship broke down before ukraine or should be viewed historically is a tipping point? >> there's no question that russia's actions in ukraine are of an entirely different order in terms of the severity of them. and the opposition they have brought from the united states and the rest of the world, compared to other things, although similar in many respects to georgia. but the other disagreements we have had -- syria, missile defense, and the like -- have been challenges in the relationship between the u.s. and russia, but this is obviously the most significant divide we have seen in a long time. but i think it's a simple fact that our relationship with russia has always been one, in the recent past, of some cooperation and alongside significant disagreement. we have gone down again and again the appalling support for the brutal, homicidal assad regime in syria. its refusal to allow united nations security council resolutions pass, condemning what they are doing and support the sy
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